London, 20 April 2017. London’s future as Europe’s main financial centre is uncertain. Brexit threatens to strip the UK of its financial passport, which allows firms to use Britain as a springboard to operate across Europe.
Arizona, 3 April 2017. Ethereum’s technology has just been given the seal of approval by the State of Arizona which passed a bill giving legal status to smart contracts and blockchain based signatures, considering them as any ordinary contract or signature.
Luxembourg, 29 March 2017. After a first day of conferences and expertise, more than 100 IOC and cybersecurity experts had made an appointment at ITB Days gala dinner. It was during this event that were awarded the best initiatives and industry practices, after opening remarks delivered by Roland Bastin, President ISACA Luxembourg. The first in the Grand Duchy.
Ljubljana, 20 March 2017. Slovenia was announced as the global winner in the Destination Leadership category of the 2017 National Geographic World Legacy Awards at the ITB Berlin Convention, the largest travel industry gathering in the world.
Luxembourg, 27 February 2017. Alex Panican is the new Head of Partnerships and Ecosystem at the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology – LHoFT.
Luxembourg, 27 February 2017. Following the announcement last December, Vodafone officially released during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona the brand new name of its incubator headquartered in Luxembourg: Tomorrow Street Innovation Center. Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel took the opportunity to introduce the initiative to the all world during a visit at the world’s largest mobile conference.
Dubai, 13 February 2017 – Luxembourg Slovenian Business Club – LSBC was present on the 13th of February in on of the most exciting events of this year. It takes place in Dubai and it it organised by Luxembourg for Finance in association with Allen & Overy, Arendt & Medernach, Banque Internationale à Luxembourg – BIL, Olympic Banking System, KPMG Luxembourg, Loyens & Loeff and PWC.
Canada, 19 January 2017. A recent report from Deloitte, commissioned by the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) and the Toronto Financial Services Alliance (TFSA), suggests that Southern Ontario is perfectly positioned to become a global hub for cybersecurity startups.